Carbuyers can look forward to a greater mix of sport/utility vehicles (SUV) and high-profile luxury cars in the new millenium. Expect new offerings from Ford Motor Co. and its Lincoln and Mercury brands. DaimlerChrysler AG models range from a Jeep Cherokee redesign to the upscale crossover Chrysler CS sport wagon. Fiat SpA, Volkswagen AG, Peugeot SA and Porsche AG jump on the bandwagon with their first SUVs. Japanese brands will further blur the distinction between car and truck, while ...
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